Data-First SSE to Secure Hybrid Workforce and Data AnywhereMyles Bray and Bjorn Engelhardt on Data Security With Forcepoint ONE Platform
The two major trends around cloud adoption and hybrid work are forcing organizations to change their traditional view of cybersecurity around perimeter-based architecture. According to Myles Bray, chief revenue officer and vice president of global sales, Forcepoint, the industry is undergoing a shift toward a cloud-delivered integrated security platform with a unified set of controls that provides comprehensive protection for the hybrid workforce and a data-anywhere environment.
"The Forcepoint One platform is helping protect organizations and their data as they navigate the changes brought by hybrid work and cloud by integrating data security into the security service edge," Bray said.
Speaking of the innovations at Forcepoint, Bjorn Engelhardt, vice president and general manager for APAC, pointed to the augmented threat protection of technologies such as remote browser isolation and Zero Trust Content Disarm and Reconstruction. Zero Trust CDR takes traditional CDR to the next level of maturity by mitigating the threats of the most advanced zero-day attacks and exploits.
In this video interview with Information Security Media Group, Bray and Engelhardt discuss:
- Cyber preparedness of enterprises in the current geopolitical scenario;
- The data-first security service edge platform;
- Forcepoint's investments in India.
Bray is responsible for driving Forcepoint's worldwide sales and business development to accelerate customer adoption and deployment of Forcepoint's data-first SASE architecture. Prior to Forcepoint, he served as CRO of a cybersecurity startup delivering cloud-based quantum encryption and held leadership positions at Forescout Technologies and F5 Networks.
Engelhardt leads Forcepoint's sales and distribution strategy across the Asia-Pacific region and Japan. He has extensive business, IT and consultancy experience in the APJ region, including security, data center and virtualization; network and application infrastructure; software as a service and emerging technologies.